With Thanksgiving less than a week off, people are going online to share their family traditions ― and more than a few jokes ― about the holiday, causing #WeirdThanksgivingTraditions to trend on Twitter Thursday evening.
It’s not clear who started the hashtag, but soon thousands were joining in with their own weird takes on the holiday.
Here’s a sampling:
Start Festivus early by doing the airing of grievances instead of what you're grateful for.#WeirdThanksgivingTraditions— Keebler Sidejob (@kauffeemann) November 16, 2017
Being thankful for what you already have then the next day getting into angry fits and fighting people for good deals at the store.— unicornsdonuts (@UnicornsDonuts) November 16, 2017
#WeirdThanksgivingTraditions Putting Easter eggs under the Christmas tree while dressed in your Halloween costume.— C'mon pretty baby, Chris me deadly (@HeyItsChris412) November 16, 2017
Saying grace in Klingon. #WeirdThanksgivingTraditions— Jessica Wildfire (@JessicaLexicus) November 16, 2017
Pin the tail on the Turducken. #WeirdThanksgivingTraditions— SadAltGrl (@ErinLea7) November 16, 2017
#WeirdThanksgivingTraditions Using an Ouija board at the holiday table to keep your lost family members in the loop&part of the festivities.— Empress of Universe (@Kthhigley1) November 16, 2017
Offering up the bag of giblets to Cthulhu #WeirdThanksgivingTraditions— Kris randomly (@toonces_lives) November 16, 2017
Hiding giblets under your pillow the night before Thanksgiving #WeirdThanksgivingTraditions— Shea Browning (@SheaBrowning) November 16, 2017
#WeirdThanksgivingTraditions Voting your least favorite relative out of the house.— Holly Wood (@ReadHollyWood) November 17, 2017
We go around the table to review our funeral plans & wishes for our memorial service (children under 18 are exempt) #WeirdThanksgivingTraditions— oorannob (@jvbt82hhs) November 16, 2017
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.